Wiles Wyles family

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W0972a Main St 1904
W0972a Main St 1904

Thomas & Katherine Wiles (Glebe Cottage (and name variants) and Home Farm):

  • 1911 Census: house is named as Flood Cottage
    • Thomas George Wiles – head – married – age 34 – b.1877, Syston, Leics – Grazier
      • There is a baptism record for Thomas George Wiles, Barrow-upon-Soar, 1876 (mother’s maiden name, Milward)
      • Census records (below) show that his father was native to Hickling and Thomas grew up in Hickling. He died in 1963 (age 86) and his probate records show him at Home Farm, Hickling.
    • Katherine Annie Wiles – wife – age 36 – b.1875, Hickling (married 1904);
      • Katherine Annie Doubleday of Hickling.
    • Thomas George William Wiles – son – age 3 – b.1908, Hickling
    • Frederick Herbert Wiles – son – age 1 – b.1910, Hickling
    • Dorothy Wiles – daughter – age 0 – b.1911, Hickling
    • Sarah Ellen Caunt – servant – age 13 – b.1898, Hose – General Domestic
  • Thomas and Katherine Wiles married in 1904; Katherine is listed in Hickling in the 1901 census but Thomas appears to be working as a footman in Derbyshire (possibly linked to his mother’s birthplace); it is likely that they moved into the cottage at the time of their marriage.
  • An undated wax paper sketch of the cottage (now known as Glebe Cottage) and neighbouring churchyard (possibly from the 1920s) labels the cottage as occupied by Thomas Wiles.
  • A photograph of the cottage (now known as Glebe Cottage) from the 1920s (date unconfirmed) is labelled as the home of Thomas Wiles and his family.
  • The family is listed in Hickling (with an evacuee in the household) in the 1939 Register; the house isn’t named but the listing implies it is on Main Street between The Post Office and the School House. Thomas is listed as a dairy farmer. It may be Home Farm which is where he is located in probate records in 1963.

In the records:

W0354b George & Martha Wiles
W0354b Mrs Martha Wiles at ‘End Cottage’ behind Jasmine Cottage and by the churchyard
  • There are several records for different parts of the Wiles family in Hickling in the 1800s.
  • Census 1881: George (labourer, b.1855, Hickling) & Martha (wife, b.1840, Belper) Wiles with their two sons; Thomas G (b.1877, Syston) and William Hubert (b.1880, Hickling).
  • Census 1881:
    • Elizabeth Doubleday – Head – Widow – age 41, b.1840, Tythby – Butcher & Grazier
    • Samuel S Doubleday – Son – Single – age 17, b. 1864, Langar – Butcher & Grazier
    • Ruth Hannah Doubleday – Daughter – Single         – age 15, b.1866, Long Clawson – House Assistant
    • Sarah E Doubleday – Daughter – Single – age 13, b.1868, Hickling – Scholar
    • Frederick W Doubleday – Son – Single – age 11, b.1870, Hickling – Scholar             
    • Lizzie C Doubleday – Daughter – Single – age 9, b.1872,Hickling
    • Katherine A Doubleday – Daughter – Single – age 6, b.1875, Hickling
    • George Stevenson – Servant – Single – age 17, b.1864, Thurlby, Lincs – Servant (Butchers)
  • Census 1891: Thomas George Wiles is recorded as a farm servant in the household of George Simpson; this is the butcher’s family associated with Rose Cottage on Main Street (see WWI records).
    • His parents are listed separately in Hickling; George’s occupation is ironstone labourer.
  • Census 1891:
    • Ruth Hannah Doubleday – head – single – age 25 b.1866, long Clawson – domestic house keeper
    • Frederick W Doubleday – brother – single – age 21, b.1870, Hickling – butcher
    • Lizzie C Doubleday – sister – single – age 19, b.1872, Hickling
    • Catherine A – sister – single – age 16, b.1875, Hickling
  • Census 1901: Thomas Wiles is listed as a domestic footman in the Strutt household, Makeney House, Milford, Belper; this may be linked to his mother’s birthplace.
    • Parents George (coachman and gardener) and Martha are still listed in Hickling.
  • Census 1901:
    • Elizabeth Doubleday – Head –              Widow – age 63, b.1838, Tythby – Grazier
    • Samuel S Doubleday – Son – Single – age 37, b. 1864, Langar – Butcher
    • Lizzie C Doubleday – Daughter – Single – age 29, b.1872, Hickling
    • Katherine A Doubleday – Daughter – Single – age 26, b.1875, Hickling
    • Florence Munks – granddaughter – single – age 8, b.1893, Hickling

1911 census Thomas George Wiles & family - Flood Cottage
1911 census Thomas George Wiles & family – Flood Cottage

The Norton Family have kindly provided detail of the Wiles family and their time at Glebe Cottage and Home Farm:

The Wiles children (from left to right, Marjory, Thomas, Dorothy, Sarah (known as Addie) and Fred) born at Glebe Cottage (Norton family)
The Wiles children (from left to right, Marjory, Thomas, Dorothy, Sarah (known as Addie) and Fred) born at Glebe Cottage (Norton family)
  • A photograph (below) of George and Martha Wiles at the gate of the thatched cottage.
  • “My great grandparents George and Martha Wiles both worked at the Rectory for Canon Skelton. Martha came with the Skeltons as a cook from Belper where her father John Millward was a nail maker. After their marriage, George went to work on the railway at Syston (photograph, below, George is the third in on the front row wearing the white shirt).”
  • “During this time, Thomas was born then they moved back to the village when their second son was born. It is not known where they were living unless it was the church cottage as the pictures show.”
  • George and Martha’s son Thomas and Katherine Doubleday were married in 1904 and lived there until approximately 1916; there is a photograph of Katherine Wiles holding her first born child, Kitty, who sadly died aged 4.
  • “After losing Kitty, they went on to have 6 more children – the 5 shown in the picture below were all born at Glebe Cottage. They are, from left to right, Marjory, Thomas, Dorothy, Sarah (known as Addie) and Fred. The youngest Eva (my mother) was born at Home Farm in 1917.”
  • There is a further earlier photograph of Dorothy and Marjory outside the Glebe Cottage.
  • “When the family moved up to Home Farm, Thomas still continued to farm Glebe land. William Marriott (Bill) along with his wife and family lived in Glebe cottage during the 1940s and 50s whilst working for Thomas who was still farming the Glebe land. After the death of Thomas in January 1963, his son Fred took over the Glebe land until it passed on to Rev Harwood.”
  • Additional photographs show:
    • Katherine Wiles holding her youngest child Eva c.1920 outside Home Farm.
    • An aerial view of Home Farm in approx 1950 (during renovations); “As can be seen by the double roof, whilst undergoing modernisation, it was found that the rear part of the main house was much older than the front. To get to the back door, you had to go through a series of cheese rooms. Katherine was making Stilton Cheese on the premises and there was a large whey cistern at the back of the property. The pair of cottages attached to the main house were occupied during the 1940s by my parents, Richard and Eva Peet in one and Tom and Bessie Timms.”
    • “Picture (from left to right) of Tom Wiles Jnr, Tom Wiles Snr, John Wadkin, Fred Wiles, George Wiles – at this time they were all still hand milking the cows at the cow sheds at Glebe Farm.”
    • Photograph; “Making a hay stack at Home Farm – from left to right, Fred Wiles, John Watkin, Tom Wiles Snr, George Wiles and Bill Marriott on the top, Tom Wiles Jnr.”
  • “But we do know that in latter years, they lived in the small cottage at the back of Jasmine Cottage as we have numerous pictures of them there.” Referenced as the End Cottage they lived in the half which bordered the churchyard (now Jasmine or Jessamine Cottage) – a picture of it during later renovations is shown, below.
  • “In the latter days, George worked alongside his son on the (Home) farm. George died in 1930 and Martha in 1931.”

Chronological List of records in Hickling for the Wiles family.

(chronological but likely to be incomplete)

  • 1813: William Wiles (baptised Stapleford, Leics in 1790) married Elizabeth Dickman (baptised Hickling 28th September 1790) on the 25th November 1813 in Melton Mowbray. Both were resident in Sysonby, Leics at the time of their marriage and they seem to move around before settling in Hickling (Scalford and Long Clawson).
    • They have 7 children; John (died as a baby), George, William, Elizabeth Anne, Mary Anne, Thomas and John.   
  • 1816: John Wiles (age 10m) residence is Long Clawson – buried in Hickling 4th February 1816 (no details of parents; however there is a birth record for John Wiles in Scalford 4th March 1815, parents William & Elizabeth Wiles).
  • 1816: George Wiles (baptised Hickling 23rd November 1816); parents William and Elizabeth Wiles
  • 1819: William Wiles baptised in Hickling, 27th June 1819; parents William and Elizabeth Wiles.
  • 1822: Elizabeth Anne Wiles baptised in Hickling 24th March 1822; parents William and Elizabeth Wiles.
  • 1824: Mary Anne Wiles baptised in Hickling, 9th May 1824; parents William and Elizabeth Wiles.
  • 1827: Thomas Wiles is baptised 30th July 1827 in Hickling; parents William and Elizabeth Wiles. (Thomas’s birth is wrongly recorded as 1837 across several sources). Possible twin of John, below.
  • 1827: John Wiles is baptised 30th July 1827 in Hickling; parents William and Elizabeth Wiles. (John’s birth, like Thomas’s is recorded as 1837 but both are shown as 30th July which is an unlikely coincidence – possibly twins.)
  • 1839: Elizabeth Ann Wiles, age 17 (b.1822) is buried in Hickling, 15th March 1839.
  • 1840: Harriet Wiles, age 17 (b.1823) is buried in Hickling 19th December 1840 (no record of birth or parentage).
  • 1840: Sarah Wiles, age 13 (b.1827) is buried in Hickling 23rd September 1840 (no record of birth or parentage).
  • Census 1841:
    • No record for George Wiles (b.1816)
    • There is a record for a William Wiles (b.1820 age 20) as a manservant in the Daft household (born in County)
    • Household of William Wiles (b.1796 age 45, ag lab), Elizabeth (b.1796 age 45), Mary (b.1826 age 15), Thomas (b. 1827 age 14, ag lab) – all born in County
  • 1844: George Wiles (b.1816) married Sarah Barns (from Broughton) in Hickling 27th March 1844. They have 4 children; Elizabeth, Mary Ann, Ann and Fanny. Both Sarah and Fanny die shortly after Fanny’s birth in 1852 and George dies in 1857.
  • 1844: Elizabeth Wiles is baptised in Hickling 3rd November 1844; parents George and Sarah Wiles.
  • 1846: Mary Ann Wiles is baptised in Hickling 31st May 1846; parents George and Sarah Wiles.
  • 1847: Mary Wiles – possible death record in Melton Mowbray (name and place (Bingham District) are the only details given).
  • 1849: Ann Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 14th October 1849; parents George and Sarah Wiles.
  • Census 1851:
    • Household of William Wiles (b.1792, age 59, labourer – born Stapleford, Leics); Elizabeth (b.1792, age 59 – born Hickling); William (son, unmarred, age 30, b.1821, labourer – born Hickling); Mary Ann (daughter, unmarried, age 26, 1825, dress maker – born Hickling)
    • Household of George (b.1816) & Sarah Wiles with their daughters; Elizabeth (b.1845), Mary Ann (b.1847), Ann (b.1849) – all 3 daughters born in Hickling
    • Thomas Wiles; not listed in Hickling in 1851
  • 1852: Thomas Wiles married Hannah Wood (no trace of birth records; possible records in Woodborough and Newark) in Hickling on 24th May 1852. They have 4 children; George, Thomas, Annie, John.
  • 1852: Fanny Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 22nd September 1852; parents George and Sarah Wiles. Fanny dies when she is a few weeks old; burial at Hickling 7th November 1852.
  • 1852: Sarah Wiles (b.1817, age 35) is buried in Hickling, 10th October 1852; she is wife of George and mother of Fanny who is also buried in Hickling a month later.
  • 1854: George Wiles baptised 21st October 1854 in Hickling (parents Thomas and Hannah Wiles) 
  • 1855: William Wiles (b.1791, age 64) is buried in Hickling, 22nd April 1855.
  • 1855: John Wiles marries Mary Munks in Hickling 2nd December 1855 (no age or parentage details but links emerge in birth records for their children and census records). John is likely to be the son of William and Elizabeth Wiles and possible twin of Thomas. They have 8 children: William, John, Elizabeth, Tom (dies age 8), Mary Elizabeth, Sarah Anne (dies age 4), Fanny (dies age 3), John (dies age 1).
  • 1856: Thomas Wiles baptised in Hickling, 29th June 1856 (parents Thomas and Hannah Wiles).
  • 1856: William Wiles baptised in Hickling 29th June 1856 (parents John and Mary Wiles)
  • 1857: George Wiles (b.1816) is buried in Hickling 28th December 1857 (age 41); he was widowed in 1852 and was left with 3 young daughters and a newborn baby who died shortly after the death of his wife/her mother.
  • 1858: John Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 15th May 1858; parents John and Mary Wiles.
  • 1859: Elizabeth Wiles (b.1789) buried in Hickling (age 70) 15th October 1859
  • 1860: Elizabeth Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 20th May 1860; parents John and Mary Wiles.
  • 1861: Tom Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 16th June 1861; parents John and Mary Wiles.
  • Census 1861:
    • William Wiles (b.1820, age 41, unmarried, Ag lab – born Hickling); Mary Ann (sister, b. 1825, age 36, dressmaker – born Hickling); Mary Ann (niece, b.1847, scholar – born Hickling).
    • John Wiles (b.1830, age 31, labourer – born Hickling); Mary (b.1830, age 31 – born Harby); Charles Munks (b.1852, age 9, son – born Harby); William (b.1857, age 4 – born Hickling); Elizabeth (b. 1861, Hickling); Thomas (b.1861, Hickling); Alice Newton (b.1821, age 40, married, nurse – born Broughton). (record wrongly transcribed under surname Wilde)
  • 1870: Tom Wiles (age 8) is buried in Hickling, 17th January 1870; parents John and Mary Wiles.
  • 1870: John Wiles is born in Hickling (4th quarter); parents Thomas and Hannah.
  • Census 1871:
    • George Wiles (b.1854) is in Colston Bassett as a servant at The Martin’s Arms Inn.
    • Household (on Chapel Close) of Thomas Wiles (b.1828, age 43, ag lab – born Hickling); Hannah (b.1829, age 42 – born Nipton-on-the-Hill, Warks); Annie (b. 1862 age 9 – born Hickling); John (b.1871, age 6m – born Hickling).
    • Household (on Main Street) of John Wiles (b.1830, age 41, ag lab – born Hickling); Mary (b. 1830, age 41 – born Harby, Leics); Mary Elizabeth (b.1863, age 8 – born Hickling).
  • 1875: George Wiles (b.1854) married Martha Milward in Hickling 30th November 1875. They have 2 children: Thomas, William Herbert.
  • 1877: Thomas Wiles was born in Syston in 1877; son of George & Martha Wiles (whilst George was working on the railways)
  • 1879: William Herbert Wiles baptised in Hickling in 1879; second son of George & Martha Wiles (now resident in Hickling).
  • 1880: Thomas Wiles marries Emma Smith of (and in) Kinoulton, 23rd December 1880. They have 2 children; Elizabeth Ethel and Thomas but Emma dies (age 23) shortly after Thomas’ birth.
  • Census 1881, Hickling:
    • George (age 26, born 1855), Martha (age 41, born 1840), Thomas G (b.1877, age 4, born Syston) William Hubert (age 1, born 1880).
    • Thomas Wiles (b.1829, age 52, farmer cottager of 34acres – born Hickling); Hannah (b.1829, age 52 – born Napton-on-the-Hill, Warks); Ann (b.1862, age 19 – born Hickling); John (b.1871, age 10 – born Hickling).
    • Thomas Wiles (b.1857, age 24, farm labourer – born Hickling); Emma (b.1860, age 21 – born Kinoulton).
    • John Wiles (b.1830, age 51, farm labourer – born Hickling); Mary (b.1830, age 51 – born Harby); Mary Elizabeth (b.1863, age 18 – born Hickling).
    • Mary A Wiles (b.1826, age 55, head of household, single – born Hickling).
  • 1881: Elizabeth Ethel Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 18th December 1881; parents Thomas and Emma Wiles.
  • 1883: Emma Wiles (b. 1860, age 23) is buried in Hickling, 22nd September 1883 – her son is baptised in the following month.
  • 1883: Thomas William Wiles baptised in Hickling, 21st October 1883; parents Thomas and Emma Wiles.
  • 1884: Annie Wiles marries William Marsden in Hickling, 23rd January 1884.
  • 1888: John Wiles (b.1830, age 58) is buried in Hickling, 14th April 1888.
  • 1888: Mary Ann Wiles (b.1824, age 64) is buried in Hickling, 11th May 1888.
  • Census 1891, Hickling:
    • George (age 36, born 1855 – ironstone labourer), Martha (age 51, born 1840), William Hubert (age 11, born 1880). It is a guess but they may have been at Glebe Cottage at this point because their record is almost next to the Waterlane Farm Collishaws.
    • John Wiles (b.1871, age 20, son, single, no occupation – born Hickling); Annie Marsden (b.1862, age 29, daughter, married, no occupation – born Hickling); Ethel Wiles (b.1882, age 9 – born Hickling); Florence Marsden (b.1882, age 9, granddaughter – born Radford, Nottm); Bernard Marsden (b. 1890, age 1, grandson – born Basford, Nottm). Oddly, there is no head of household in this record and it doesn’t follow-on from a different Wiles household in the listing.
    • Mary Wiles; head of household, widow (b.1830, age 61 – born Harby)
    • Thomas Wiles (b.1877, age 14, farm servant in the Hickling Simpson household – born Syston)
  • 1892: Rosa Lilian Wiles is baptised in Hickling, 28th August 1892; parents Thomas (brewer’s labourer) and Jane (nee Guy) Wiles.
    • Marriage record: Thomas Wiles to Jane Guy (New Basford, Nottingham), 28th July 1890. Location may be linked to Annie (Wiles) Marsden?
    • The family are recorded in the 1901 census at 18, Mosley Street, Nottingham. Thomas Wiles (b.1857, age 44, labourer in brewery – born Hickling); Jane Wiles (b.1863, age 38 – born Old Park, Shropshire); Rosa L (b.1893, age 8 – born Nottingham); Arthur (b.1894, age 7 – born Nottingham); Gladys M (b.1898, age 3 – born Nottingham).
    • This is likely to be Thomas Wiles, son of Thomas and Hannah?
  • 1898: Mary Wiles (b.1830, age 68) is buried in Hickling, 8th February 1898.
  • 1898: Mary Elizabeth Wiles (b.1863, age 35) is buried in Hickling, 12th July 1898.
  • 1900: Thomas Wiles (b.1827) is buried in Hickling; 27th January 1900.
  • Census 1901, Hickling:
    • George (age 46, coachman & gardener) & Martha (age 61); no obvious address/location.
    • Ethel Wiles (b.1883, age 18, single – born Hickling) – visitor in household of Sarah Lamb (b.1834, age 67, widow, licensed victualler – born Leamington, Warks).
    • Hannah Wiles (head, b.1829, age 72, widow, grazier – born Napton-on-the-Hill); John Wiles (b.1871, age 30, son, single, grazier – born Hickling); William Burton (age 17, farm worker – born Yorkshire).
  • 1904: Thomas Wiles (b.1877) marries Katherine Annie Doubleday in Hickling (second quarter). They live in Glebe Cottage next to the Church (probably from the date of their marriage) until c.1916 when they move to Home Farm.
    • They have 7 children: Mary Katherine (Kitty – who dies age 4), Thomas George, Frederick Herbert, Dorothy, Marjory A, Sarah A, Eva.
  • 1905: Mary Katherine (Kitty) Wiles is born in Hickling (1st quarter); parents Thomas and Katherine (nee Doubleday).
  • 1908: Thomas George W Wiles is born in Hickling (second quarter); parents Thomas and Katherine Wiles.
    • He seems to have married Muriel Ellis in 1932 and died in long Clawson in 1979.
  • 1909: Mary Katherine (Kitty) Wiles dies in Hickling, age 4 (1st quarter) daughter of Thomas and Katherine Wiles.
  • 1909: Frederick Herbert Wiles is born in Hickling (1st quarter) – son of Thomas and Katherine Wiles.
    • There is a marriage record in 1947 but it links to his sister, Dorothy Wiles.
    • He died in Hickling in 1974 (age 65).
    • Probate: “Wiles, Frederick Herbert of Home Farm Hickling Melton Mowbray Leics died 21st April 1974 Probate Nottingham 20th November £26, 530.
  • Census 1911, Hickling:
    • George (age 56) & Martha (age 71) in a household together – married 35 years (2 children born alive and 2 children still alive); no obvious address/location; likely to be living at End Cottage (behind Jasmine/Jessamine Cottage next to the Church).
    • Thomas George Wiles (b.1877, age 34, grazier – born Syston); Katherine Annie (b.1875, age 36, grazier – born Hickling); Thomas George William (b.1908, age 3 – born Hickling); Frederick Herbert (b.1910, age 1 – born Hickling); Dorothy (b.1911, age 0 – born Hickling); Sarah Ellen Caunt (b.1898, age 13, domestic servant – born Hose). Likely to be living at Glebe Cottage, Hickling and later moving to Home Farm, Hickling.
  • 1911: Dorothy Wiles is born in Hickling (2nd quarter); daughter of Thomas and Katherine Wiles. 
    • There is a marriage record in 1947 but it links to her brother, Frederick Wiles.
    • Dorothy Wiles died (age 52) in Hickling in 1963 (3rd quarter).
  • 1913: Marjorie A Wiles is born in Hickling (1st quarter); daughter of Thomas and Katherine Wiles (see 1985)
  • 1915: Sarah A Wiles is born in Hickling (2nd quarter); daughter of Thomas ad Katherine Wiles.
    • Sarah seems to have married Charles E Tomlinson (in the Bingham District) in the 2nd quarter of 1941.
  • 1917: Eva Kathleen Wiles is born in Hickling on the 14th July 1917 at Home Farm; daughter of Thomas and Katherine Wiles.
    • Eva Wiles married Wilfred R Peet in the Bingham District (probably Hickling) in 1940 (4th quarter).
    • The Peet family remain at Home Farm in Hickling.
    • Eva Peet died (in the Rushcliffe district – probably living at Home Farm) on 28th January 1991.
  • 1931: Martha Wiles died (age 92) in 1931.
    • There is no trace of a death record for her husband, George Wiles; last listed in the 1911 census.
  • 1932: John Wiles (b.1871, age 61) is buried in Hickling, 30th September 1932.
  • 1948: Katherine Wiles (b.1874) died aged 74 in Hickling on 29th May 1948.
    • Probate record: “Wiles Katherine Annie of Hickling Nottinghamshire (wife of Thomas George Wiles) died 29th May 1948 Administration London 13th July to the said Thomas George Wiles farmer. Effects £486.11s.5d.”
  • 1963: Thomas George Wiles (b.1877) died (age 86) in Hickling.
  • 1974: Frederick Herbert Wiles dies in Hickling, 21st April 1974 (age 65).
  • 1985: Marjorie Annie Wiles died in Hickling, 22nd October 1985.
    • Marjorie didn’t marry and seems to have lived in Hickling throughout her life.
    • Probate record: “Wiles Marjorie Annie of Home Farm Hickling Notts died 4th March 1985 Administration Manchester 22nd October not exceeding £40,000.

Wadkin Archive:

“Carriers. I do not remember Mr J Mann when he was a carrier with horse and cart to Nottingham, but I remember Mr Mann when he retired and lived with his family in the Parson’s Cottage next to the churchyard, this cottage was always in danger of being flooded when heavy rains occurred, and many times I can recall when furniture was taken upstairs. When I was at school the Wiles family lived there Tom, Fred, Dorothy and Madge and Addie and Eva born at their present house and the Parson’s Cottage then had a thatched roof.”

“Mr & Mrs George Wiles lived in a small cottage overlooking the churchyard as long as I knew them. Mrs Wiles was a tiny woman and one never saw her out in the village. Mr Wiles fetched water every day from Rose Cottage, their son Tom Wiles and family lived first at Church Cottage and then moved to Home Farm where some of the family still live. Mr Tom Wiles married Kate Doubleday and had two sons and four daughters, one unmarried daughter Madge and youngest of the family Eva Peet live together with some of the family at Home Farm.”

“George Wiles who was a drayman at The Rectory, his family lived in Chapel Close (village end of what is now Bridegate Lane). George married Martha Milward who was a cook at The Rectory and they lived in Church View Cottage. George was born in 1855 and died in 1930. Tom was born in 1876 at Syston”

(Maggie’s Memories pp. 57&91 & image label)

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